Is racing for free dedicated enough?
When Reed Sorenson burst onto the NASCAR scene in 2005 with Chip Ganassi Racing, he was but a teenager -- didn't even have fuzz enough on his face to compare to those bushels of Georgia peaches he grew up picking.
He was the poster child for the driver development movement -- talent, raw as Eddie Murphy, plucked from late-model obscurity in Nowhere, Georgia, on the promise he was the next big thing.
But as winless races turned into winless seasons and mediocrity became ...
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